Film Product Placement

  • 2016 – Another Great Year for Film

    This golden age for the British film and television industries continues to go from strength to strength. 2015 was a record year for film. Six British films were nominated for Oscars® in 2015, and almost 20% of the industry’s major film festival and industry awards for the whole 2014 to 2015 season were for British-made […]

  • NMG is proud to announce we now represent Kazam

    These smart, sexy, streamlined phones and tablets are now available via NMG for placement in British Television and Film and in UK/US and UK/European productions. Please contact James.Warren@newmediagroup.co.uk or chloe.thompson@newmediagroup.co.uk for more information on available products. https://www.kazam.mobi/

  • Oscar season and NMG Product Placement wins Second Major Award.

    For the second year running NMG Product Placement has won the Brand Cameo ‘Award for Product Placement Achievement in an Oscar-Nominated Film.’ www.brandchannel.com The Brand Cameo Product Placement Awards were established in 2004 by Brand Channel, a subsidiary of Interbrand the world’s largest brand consultancy. Utilising a combination of BrandChannel research and online brand recall surveys, the […]

  • NMG wins The Royal Mint account

    NMG is thrilled to announce that we now represent The Royal Mint for placement in television and film dramas as well as factual, magazine and reality programming. Royal Mint products can be used to enhance any production, from modern day gifting scenes, e.g. weddings, births and special occasions to coins to commemorate historical events. NMG is also […]

  • NMG & Mclaren

    All In A Day’s Work…

    NMG’s James Warren on location during filming of the new Monty Python Film ‘Absolutely Anything’ with NMG’s client McLaren Automotive, Kate Beckinsale, Rob Riggle and director Terry Jones. The day’s filming also attracted a lot of papparrazzi attention and was widely reported in the press. Read the article on The Daily Mail here

  • Product Placement Will Not Replace Prop Placement

    Advertisers told product placement will not replace prop placement “Paid For” product placement on British TV will not undermine the current system of unpaid prop placement available to brands, according to ITV’s commercial leader Rupert Howell. Taking the US where the practice is well established by way of example, Howell said: “We envisage product placement […]

  • Production News For 2011

    Production News for 2011 The New Year is off to a flying start for NMG with our phones ringing off the hook and the production team working flat out on on behalf of our clients.  An enormous 93 feature films are budgeted and lined up to shoot in the U.K. during 2011. Drama commissioning is also strong […]

  • UK TV Programme International Revenue grows by 9%

    UK TV programme international revenue grows by 9% Despite the recession, in 2009 PACT, the UK Producers’ Trade Association, reports a 9% rise in the international TV sales of UK produced programmes; 3% of which was accounted for by the USA, a notoriously tough market.    These results are particularly significant for NMG who embed […]